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Club Lotto

There was no winner of our club Lotto jackpot of €3500 on Sunday night last the numbers drawn were 19,20,22 & 27. The five €30 euro consolation prizes went to:

1.       Annette Boyle Online

2.      Majella Daly Tonevane

3.      John Quirke c/o Betty’s Bar

4.      Emer Uí hÓgain c/o Gala

5.      Pat McMahon c/o Gala

Next week’s Lotto will have a Jackpot of €3600 and the draw will take place on Sunday Night 03/09/2023 at 9pm in Keane’s of Curraheen lotto can be played online through the club website  online at  from any club officer, or at the following outlets:

O’Shea Shop and Service Station Blennerville

Poff Motors Dingle Road

Seamus O’Sullivan Master Butchers Manor

Noyeks Mile Height


Skelper Quanes

Keane’s Of Curraheen

Betty’s Bar

The Rock Inn

Many Thanks to all who contribute to our weekly club Lotto. The club cannot emphasize enough the importance of our members promoting the club Lotto among family, friends, and work colleagues. The lotto is now a critical source of funds for the club. We are appealing to all club members to promote our Lotto at this time to ensure our club’s future viability. Please have your Lotto entries in by 7pm, every Sunday evening.

Healthy Club and Community Fun Day

We are really excited for our fun day next Sunday Sept 3rd from Midday. It promises to be a great afternoon filled with lots of exciting activities for all age groups including obstacle courses, penalty shoot outs, tug of wars, you might even get a chance to soak the coach!

Full details on the various juvenile what’s app groups and social media. If families could bring some healthy snacks with them on the day that would be fantastic! See you all Sunday, Everyone Welcome.

Juvenile Academy


Great turnout for under 5s this week despite the rain! Great to welcome some back & new families in. We enjoyed an upbeat session finishing with 2 matches with great participation by all. kids/ coaches & parents!! Great enthusiasm by Elsie and Oisin in the matches to earn them the players of the week trophies! Keep practicing boys and girls and remember our fun day is planned for next Sunday at 12pm No training that morning. Looking forward to seeing you all there.

U7 Boys

A very well done to Colin who was our player of the week at training on Sunday Morning, He practiced very hard during the session and also got stuck in when we played the girls in a fun match at the end of training. Looking forward to a fun day next Sunday for all the kids, we will be in touch in the week with details on upcoming games!

U8 Girls

Well done to all the girls who came to training on a misty wet Sunday morning! Everyone showed their skills are improving & we had another fun match with the under 7 boys to end the session! Unfortunately, our trophy has gone missing this week but will be awarded to Emma Higgins for next week for showing great enthusiasm every week! Keep up the practice at home girls as we have a few Go Games in the coming weeks! Details to follow.


Well done to our u9’s who had a great training session Sunday morning with Paidi & Mike. After their warmup they had some fun fundamental movement drills and skill drills followed by a very competitive game to finish up. We’ll see everyone again on Tuesday as we are playing away to Ballymac at 6:15pm.

U10 Girls

The U10 Girls had a great session on Sunday morning last! The girls are improving week by week and are really developing their skills. We hope to have a game next Saturday against Ballymac so keep up the good work until then! Details will follow!


St Pats U-11’s played the final round of Central Region League last Thursday at home to Castleisland Desmonds. Well done to all our players who played in two very good games, there were some great displays of skills shown by our players.

We are scheduled to play a challenge game v St Senan’s at home this Thursday evening the 31st, hope to see ye all there. It’s important you all continue to attend our training sessions and also keep practicing your skills at home during the week. The training and match details for the week will be circulated to parents shortly. Naomh Pádraig Abú!!

U12 Girls

Training continued this week for the girls. Well done to Ailbhe Hennesey who took part in the national community games track and field finals in Carlow on Saturday last. She jumped fantastically and was just outside the Medals, still a fantastic achievement, to get to this stage of the competition and she should be very proud of herself as we all are of her.


Our u13’s resumed training last Thursday and Sunday. We play Ballymac in a back game this coming Tuesday in Blennerville at 6:15pm.

U14 Girls

Training continues this week for the girls. Well done to Niamh Murphy and Eve O Sullivan who completed the training programme for the U13 PDP and participated in the Munster Blitz in Mallow on Saturday Last, Great stuff girls, stars of the future no doubt!


Our U15s are back in training for our final central league game vs Sneem/Derrynane/Templenoe/Tuosist which will take place in 2 weeks.

We will play a Challenge game on Friday and will confirm details soon.

St Brendan’s U15’s

All roads lead to Austin Stack Park on Wednesday at 6:15pm when they take on West Kerry in the shield final.


Our seniors travelled to Dromid last Sunday to play in their Round 3 game of the Kerry Petroleum Junior Premier Championship.

There were three changes from the match programme with Tommy Lynch for Niall McCarthy, Jordan Conway for Cillian O’Riordan and Liam O’Sullivan for Liam Poff all starting which allowed us to have a choice of subs when needed.

Kieran Hurley opened our scoring with two quick points and another point from Fergal O Brien. With our three-point lead Dromid responded with a goal of their own, Again Kieran Hurley and Eoin Greaney each stepped up to get a point each.

Dromid managed to get a point to keep the distance between us small, our players put in great effort to pull ahead with a point from Eoin Greaney, Kieran Hurley, and Jordan Conway. Paudie Bailey stepped up to add another point when we were awarded a free,

Dromid quick to gain control of the game added two more points. Eoin Greaney added one final point for us with Dromid adding two final points to this half. St Pats 0-10 Dromid Pearses 1-05

Our seniors came out in the second half Dromid were the first off, the mark with two points, there were five changes for us through this half with Cillian O Riordan for Brian Murphy, Liam Poff coming on for Liam O’Sullivan, Cormac Lynch for Fergal O Brien, Niall McCarthy for Gary Savage, and Breandan Savage for Kieran Hurley.

Kieran Hurley replied to Dromid’s two points with a point from a free, a goal and a point quickly came from Dromid. With scoring needed Kieran Hurley and Eoin Greaney each got a point

Unfortunately, two goals were scored by Dromid in quick succession which extended their lead even further, Eoin Greaney put another point on the board.

Another goal from Dromid added to their lead, our guys fought to the bitter end with one last point from Kieran Hurley. With three final points from Dromid it finished the game St Pats 0-15 Dromid Pearses 5-11

We have held onto our Junior Premier Status for 2024 by finishing third in Group D this year.

St Pats Team:  Paudie Bailey, Joe O’Connor, Tommy Lynch, Conor Moore, Luke Mulligan, Jordan Conway, Brian Murphy, Liam O’Sullivan, Patrick Dowling, Fergal O Brien, Brendan Poff, Gary Savage, David O’Callaghan, Kieran Hurley, and Eoin Greaney.

Subs Used:  Cillian O Riordan for Brian Murphy, Liam Poff for Liam O’Sullivan, Cormac Lynch for Fergal O Brien, Niall McCarthy for Gary Savage, and Breandan Savage for Kieran Hurley


To all the Students who received their leaving cert results this week, we hope the next chapter in your lives will be a great one!

Best of Luck

To players Michael, Jack and Darragh and James and Seamus who are part of the St Brendan’s U15’s management team who take on West Kerry in the Shield Final.

Good Luck

To all the kids in the community returning or starting playschool, primary school or transitioning to Secondary school this week, we wish you a safe, healthy happy school year ahead!

Well Done

To Jace Flynn who represented Kerry in Carlow at the community games on Saturday, he was unfortunate to pick up an injury this week but jumped fantastically, nonetheless.

Well done Jace and hope you enjoyed the experience.


The club would like to extend its sympathy to the families and friends of James O’Brien Oakview Village, Michael Falvey The Spa and Paddy Fitzgibbon Killeen.


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